anterograde


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Related to anterograde: anterograde amnesia, anterograde memory

anterograde

(ˈæntərəʊˌɡreɪd)
adj
moving forwards, in the normal direction of flowbelonging to the period subsequent to a trauma
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Adj.1.anterograde - of amnesiaanterograde - of amnesia; affecting time immediately following trauma
retrograde - of amnesia; affecting time immediately preceding trauma
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Following award-winning performance as a conman in Pithamagan (2003) and a hunchback in Perazhagan (2004), Suriya played a patient suffering from anterograde amnesia in the 2005 blockbuster Ghajini.
Transient epileptic amnesia (TEA) is thought to be a focal epilepsy whose major clinical feature is the presence of recurrent spells of anterograde or retrograde amnesia lasting under an hour.
Aortic dissection was limited to aortic cusp and did not propagate anterograde or retrograde, and our patient was clinically and haemodynamically stable at that time.
In this algorithm the Euclidean distance is replaced by utilizing anterograde tracing.
Retrograde and anterograde amnesia are the most common deficits observed acutely after ECT.
Even though confabulations and anterograde amnesia persisted after the acute phase, Mr.
Results of anterograde transcatheter closure of patent ductus arteriosus using single or multiple Gianturco coils.
While attempting to save her, he was thrown against a mirror and suffered brain damage; consequently, he suffers from anterograde amnesia, meaning that, although he can remember everything up until the attack, any new memories are forgotten after approximately fifteen minutes.
Instead of the anterograde approach, which starts the dissection from the Calot's triangle toward the liver bed, the retrograde technique begins the dissection from the gallbladder fundus toward the Calot's triangle.
The retrograde conduction to the sinoatrial node causes the inverted P waves in inferior leads while the anterograde conduction through the atrioventricular node results in normal QRS complexes.
Percutaneous access to the kidney was first used in 1954 when radiologists dared to puncture the pelvis of hydronephrotic kidneys to perform anterograde pyelography [1].